In 2022, The Make Sense Foundation donated over $100,000 to nearly 20 different nonprofit organizations.

Monetary donations received, help MSF to continue to provide these much-needed grants to other organizations supporting women and children in need.

A Grant in April supported CPC Sarasota with…

  • Nearly 3,000 in donated items/packs from 36 states (over 150 SG Distributors) were sent to CPC Sarasota
  • Over 100 hours of law enforcement during supervised visits for children who were in abusive situations.
  • At least 10 children were able to receive forensic medical assessments from CP Team
  • 16 children received a therapy session in the aftermath of abuse.
  • 6 families were established with supervised visitations to safely build relationships.
  • 4 classes of 3rd graders received a personal safety education workshop.

A Grant to Embrace Grace helped to provide 500 Love Boxes to young expectant mothers to inspire and give them hope.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor and MSF Board Director, Christin Slough

Grants to Doorways for Women and Families supported direct services for up to 275 families receive emergency transitional housing to help women and children establish and maintain safety, become self-sufficient and transform into permanent housing.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Kelle Billeaudeaux

Supported Girls Inc. of Orange County with their BoostHer program providing 600 teen girls be part of a workshop series to help them maintain a healthy life both mentally and physically, how to advocate for themselves and make better decisions in life.

Referred by SeneGence Sr. VP of Marketing and MSF Board Director Kirsten Aguilar

Served nearly 5,000 people contemplating suicide by supporting the administration and operating expenses for the Arkansas Crisis Center Suicide Hotline.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Janelle Douglas

Helped over 300 families with children under the age of 3 in financial crisis get necessary essentials such as diapers, formula, clothing, and other items with a grant to Meadow Rose Society.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Eliza Davies

Supported the Blackburn Center’s Advocacy in Action program to serve over 2,000 domestic violence victims as they navigate the legal and medical systems.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Sharita Hoffner

Helped Marlon and Marcus Foundation in their vision of a new multi-purpose activity center to help improve the lives of children and their families in underserved communities.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Tara Donato

Served more than 300 homeless women and children over a 12-month period with Lighthouse for Women and Children offering them refuge, food, shelter, and clothing to give them a real chance at a safe, stable, and productive life.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Rita Muscrella

Helped NE Nebraska Child Advocacy Center provide a collaborative multidisciplinary team response to child abuse and sexual assault to over 24 counties in northeast and north central Nebraska.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Abbi Shanle

Supported the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio facilitate the family-centered care that fosters health and well-being for the whole family continue to offer their core programs including mobile care, family rooms and a room at their house.

Provided a grant to support Handbags of Hope in Vermont to 25 women survivors of domestic abuse.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Tabitha Monfette

Served more than 750 women in The Women’s Center Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services Program receive emotional, psychological, and social well-being support to help break the cycle of domestic violence.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Robin Motts

Helped to support Breast Cancer Coalition provide 500 women to make empowered, informed decisions through education, support, and advocacy. 

Provided 2,000 women and children a safe escape and ongoing Christ-Like care with The Spring Shelter as they continue to provide programming in the Northeast Oklahoma areas.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Lindsay Kopp

Helped Weld Women2Women provide 250 women with immediate one-time financial assistance in Weld County, Colorado.

Referred by SeneGence Distributor Raquel Jandreau

Provided our 3rd installment to continue helping Ronald McDonald House of Orange County continue their mission of providing comfort, care and support to children and families in Southern California where they can embrace life and healing with a sense of hope. Over 300 families stayed at their house last year in their time of need.